The Argentine player has triggered his release clause
Barça and Leandro Bolmaro have come to an agreement for the release of the Argentinian shooting guard after he triggered a clause in the contract he had until 2023.
The Club wishes him all the best on a personal and professional level in the next stage of his sporting career.
Leandro Bolmaro came to Barça in the summer of 2018 from Argentinian side Bahía Basket. He spent his first season with Barça B, playing 33 matches with an average per game of 10.4 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2.7 assists.
In the 2019/20 season he started to feature for the first team making 15 appearances for Svetislav Pesic's team.
The following campaign, 2020/21, under coach Sarunas Jasikevicius, Bolmaro's career took off. He made 75 appearances in all competitions in the double winning season and put in memorable performances such as the one in which he scored 26 points against MoraBanc Andorra, a personal record.
In the Final Four in Cologne Bolmaro averaged 26 minutes a game in the matches against Milan and Anadolu Efes.